Switzerland Said to Impose Leverage Ratio on Big Banks
Companies Float Up to $20 Billion in Bonds
Companies Float Up to $20 Billion in Bonds Companies stampeded into the U.S. corporate-bond market and sold nearly $20 billion of debt, prodded by persistently low interest rates and heavy demand from investors eager to buy debt from well-regarded borrowers.
The scale of the maturing debt is daunting in itself, but a number of additional factors—including weak economies in Europe and tightening capital requirements for banks—could make it particularly acute for lenders and borrowers, according to the report, titled "Negotiating Europe's LBO debt mountain."
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